This mixed use quarter section has a bit of everything. There is +/-51.5 acres of good, productive bottom ground tillable acreage on the east, there is +/-53 acres of pasture with good water and fencing, there is 50.48 acres of CRP on the west side of the property and there are ample hunting & recreation opportunities as well. Famed Kansas whitetail deer, upland birds, turkey and waterfowl hunting are all available on this parcel. Land This property is a great mix of production farm ground, CRP and grazable pasture. It is set up perfectly for a hobby farmer, or anyone wanting variety in their land. There are endless possibilities on how best to utilize this parcel, while hosting great wildlife habitat throughout. There is a nice variety of elevation change with the farm ground on the low, east side of the property and a gentle rise through the pasture area to where the CRP resides on the highest point and west end. The fencing around the pasture and CRP parts of the property are very good with 5 strand barbed wire, strong corner bracing and good gates. Recreation Kansas is whitetail deer country….and Marion County is an absolute hotspot for some of the biggest bucks around. This property has all of the ingredients to produce large mature bucks. With water, food, grass, timber for shelter and some real privacy on the north end. Turkey, quail, pheasants and waterfowl are all common on this property. Bobwhite whistles and ring neck pheasant’s spring cackles can be heard from all parts of the property. The ponds in the middle of the property attract ducks and geese during the migration, as this property sits within the central flyway. There is even a waterfowl blind constructed out of stone, logs and a couple of old tractor tires that sits alongside the larger of the ponds. Agriculture This property currently has a farm and ranch tenant in place who currently farms the tillable ground, has cattle in the pasture and maintains the CRP to its specifications. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Water rights and mineral rights are expected to transfer to new owners upon sale. Region & Climate Marion County, KS averages 35 inches of rain per year and 14 inches of snow each year. The average summer high temperature is 91 degrees and average winter low temperature is 19 degrees. Location This property is conveniently located just one mile west of US HWY 77 and is less than 7 miles as the crow flies to Marion Reservoir. Sitting right on the western edge of the Kansas Flint Hills, this area is highly desired for its stunning beauty, wildlife diversity and its good agricultural production.